Montgomery County has an abundance of natural resources, most notably a renewable water source. The Stillwater, the Mad, and the Great Miami Rivers converge in the county. Unlike many parts of the U.S., this region is drought-free and welcomes water-intensive business to share in this abundant resource. The region has more than 6,000 miles of rivers and streams to recharge a vast, 1.5 trillion gallon buried valley aquifer. Additionally, the groundwater provides a valuable source of geothermal energy that can reduce heating and cooling costs.
Click on the map to the right to view Aquifers in Montgomery County.
Since 1917, Montgomery County Water Services serve to provide water pollution control and water services to more than 250,000 citizens and businesses in Montgomery County.
The Montgomery Soil and Water Conservation District works to solve soil and water conservation problems in the county by providing technical services free of charge.